Went here for Dine out Vancouver a month ago with a small group of friends.
First impressions were good. Nice quiet location away from traffic noise and overlooking the water, and the ambiance inside was clean, dark, and intimate, with a open kitchen you can peak into, Great!
Service was on the ball with full glasses, complimentary bread service, and playful enough to match our table.
But let's face it, it's the food that we came here for, and frankly, did not impress. The veloute tasted like a chinese tapioca dessert, the beef was either too fatty or too dry and lacked flavour, and the chocolate cake dessert was incredibly sweet, rich, and dry, stale almost. However, the salmon was cooked very nicely, and probably the best part of the meal was the appetizer patty they called smoked trout, as it was the only thing that had a memorable flavour.
Value? That's a joke. Small portions, large prices, even for a dineout menu. The only thing pushing it to a 2 is the nice selection of complimentary breads.
If the dineout menu was to showcase what the restaurant was about, I will probably never visit this place again nor recommend it to anyone.